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Article ID: 6081

Violent, Non-Violent Boys Oppose Violence For Different Reasons

University of Michigan

Although their reasons may differ, violent boys are no more likely than non-violent boys to approve of hitting others, even when sometimes provoked, according to this study. Violent children unanimously condemned unprovoked situations based on moral reasoning, rather than social rules, consensus, authority or egocentric personal needs.

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22-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 6080

Bright Light And Company May Be Best Rx For Females With SAD

University of Michigan

Researchers have discovered striking sex differences in how quickly rodents called degus re-set their biological clocks in response to changes in light and social contact. The discovery could lead to different ways of helping people who suffer from SAD, jet lag, shift work problems and other disruptions in circadian rhythms.

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Article ID: 6079

Vanderbilt engineering professor creates, teaches asynchronous online course

Vanderbilt University

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Vanderbilt University Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering John Bourne teaches one of the first known asynchronous online courses in the world that instructs others on how to develop and teach online courses.

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Article ID: 6078

Alliance Project to promote diversity in special education moves to Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University is the new home of the Alliance Project, an endeavor aimed at increasing the dwindling supply of special education personnel from historically underrepresented ethnic groups. Alliance staff work with historically black colleges and universities and other higher education institutions with 25 percent or higher enrollment of students from historically underrepresented ethnic groups.

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22-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 6077

Jan. 30 marks anniversary of battle that turned the tide against LBJ

Vanderbilt University

This month's 30-year-anniversary of the Tet offensive commemorates a milestone in the demise of the Lyndon Johnson presidency, according to Vanderbilt University historian Thomas Schwartz, who is researching a book on Johnson's foreign policy.

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22-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 6075

Study Of Worldwide Rates Of Religiosity, Church Attendance

University of Michigan

According to the World Values survey, weekly church attendance is higher in the United States than in any other nation at a similar level of development. In addition, religious attitudes and behaviors among nations are compared as well as how religious beliefs of each society have changed over the years.

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22-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 6072

Antarctic storm abbreviates research

Louisiana State University

An Antarctic storm cut short some research, but that's life life on the "ice."

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22-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 6054

Cuba and the Pope

Fairfield University

A professor of history at Fairfield University, who specializes in Latin America and Cuba in particular, has been in Cuba for the last two summers with the Center for Cuban Studies, which is based in New York City. Now with its own native clergy and even an archbishop who is Cuban, the time had come to address the situation of the Church in Cuba.

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21-Jan-1998 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 39

Volunteerism forum

Cornell University

Research and trends in volunteering will be the subject of the National Forum on Life Cycles and Volunteering: The Impact of Work, Family, and Mid-Life Issues, held April 30 and May 1, 1998 at Cornell University.

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Article ID: 35

Instant Reports on Grades, Bills & Course Status

Long Island University Post (LIU Post)

The University's new Student Information System provides course changes, class locations, grades, and details of their bills and financial aid awards 24 hours a day from any computer hooked to the Web (www.liu.edu), and from on-campus kiosks that are being installed in the next few weeks.

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